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Using UPC scanning methods to characterize household food supplies of multi-ethnic low income minorities

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Using UPC scanning methods to characterize household food supplies of multi-ethnic low income minorities
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Schefske
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Scott D.
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Food Policy Institute (FPI), Rutgers University
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Cara L.
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Human Ecology, Rutgers University
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Byrd-Bredbenner
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Carol
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Nutritional Sciences, Rutgers University
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Hallman
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William K.
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Food Policy Institute (FPI), Rutgers University
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School of Environmental and Biological Sciences (SEBS)
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Food Policy Institute (FPI)
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Human Ecology
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Nutritional Sciences
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Poster presented April 7, 2010 at the Nutrition, Endocrinology and Animal Biosciences Conference, New Brunswick, NJ.
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2010
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Most characterizations of food stored in the home for everyday use have been based on average household food inventories derived from food frequency questionnaires of mid- to high-income households, and thus are unlikely to reflect food stores of low-income households. This study sought to accurately characterize household food supplies of low-income minority families by inventorying 30 African-American and 30 Oaxacan-American low-income households with children, in an urban center of New Jersey. For both groups, grains accounted the greatest percentage of kilocalories (>40%). The greatest percentage of total fat was found in meat/protein foods in African-American households and in fats and oils in Oaxacan households. The Oaxacan households had a greater percentage of calcium from the dairy group than the African-American households (32.7% vs. 18.5%) while also having a greater proportion of dairy foods from non-dessert dairy than dessert dairy (96.1% vs. 64%). Both groups had similar amounts of fruit and vegetables, with thermally processed fruits and vegetables (i.e., canned and jarred) being more common in African-American households than Oaxacan households (80% vs. 32%). Fresh fruits and vegetables were more common in Oaxacan than African-American households (51.6% vs. 5.5%). An understanding of the types and nutrient content of foods on hand in low-income households can lead to more ecologically valid nutritional interventions for low-income ethnic groups.
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Universal Product Code
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UPC
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Food supplies
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U.S. Department of Agriculture
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William K. Hallman
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2005-51110-02335
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New Brunswick, NJ
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2010-04-07
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Hallman, William K.
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doi:10.7282/t3-2njy-8k63
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